Fall 2016 Graphic Design Schedule

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Register Now for Fall 2016!

*Notice for students working towards the Graphic Design Certificate and or Degree.
There are two once a year courses that will be offered in Fall:

1. Art 136
2. Art 251
These 2 classes will not be offered again until Fall 17.

Full Schedule of Classes in Graphic Design for Fall 2016:

Art 132 Typography
Tuesdays/Thursdays 1:40-4:40 PM
REBECCA HILLQUIST
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Art 133 Digital Illustration
Monday/Wednesday 9:10-11:15 AM
REBECCA HILLQUIST
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Art 133 Digital Illustration
Wednesday 5:45-10:05 PM
RICHARD KAMIMURA
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Art 134 Graphic Design Foundations
Monday/Wednesday 1:40-4:10 PM
CHARLES EASTMAN
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Art 134 Graphic Design Foundations
Tuesdays/Thursdays 6:55-9:25 PM
RICHARD KAMIMURA
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Art 135 Graphic Design Layout Software
Tuesdays/Thursdays 9:10-11:40 AM
JOHN HANSEL
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Art 136 Graphic Design Identity and Logo
Monday/Wednesday 6:55-9:25 PM
DANA MAIDEN
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Art 137 Graphic Design Portfolio
Monday/Wednesday 9:10-11:40 AM
STEVEN ABEYTA
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Art 250 WEB GRAPHICS
Monday 6:55-10:05 PM
MARK HARVEY
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Art 251 WEB DESIGN WITH DREAMWEAVER
Tuesdays/Thursdays 6:55-8:55 PM
REBECCA HILLQUIST
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InDesign User Group Meeting

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Here is an idea for an activity over the Summer to keep GCC students connected to Graphic Design:

Learn about large format on location where large format printers are made.

Designing for Large Format

Thursday, July 21, 2016
7 p.m. –  9:30 p.m.

The logo on a business card might be the same as the logo on a billboard, but how it’s presented is completely different. Learn the secrets and techniques of designing for large format at this special presentation by Dan Wilson, creative director at Roland DGA Corporation and held on the Roland campus in Irvine, California.

You will learn all about wide-format graphics, including best practices for viewing distances, locations, materials, finishing, composition, color management, and how to design for output and installation.

Following the presentation, Dan will lead a tour of the Roland gallery and production center to see first-hand, hundreds of creative possibilities—from movie sets and car wraps to unique signs and apparel—for you to consider in your own work.

About the Presenter

Dan Wilson is creative director at Roland DGA Corporation, a leading manufacturer of digital imaging technologies ranging from wide-format printers and cutters to 3D printing and milling machines. He is responsible for overseeing all of Roland’s online and offline marketing and communications. Dan works with an in-house team of designers and writers, as well as external freelancers and agencies to deliver a high quality and quantity of output. While the creative work is his passion, general business skills like strategy, management, and pricing/budgeting for creative services are critical to achieving successful results.

SEGD LA

This special on-site presentation is a joint meeting of the Los Angeles InDesign User Group and Society for Experiential Graphic Design. SEGD LA is an association of people who create content-rich, emotionally compelling, experiential spaces for a wide range of environments, from hospitals and transit hubs to museums and educational campuses. Their work creates a sense of place, helps people find their way, communicates important information, and fuels a dialogue between users and the spaces they inhabit. They develop static and digital wayfinding systems, signage, environmental graphics, exhibition content, multimedia installations, public art, user interfaces, and branded/corporate environments. Members of SEGD LA research, plan, design, and build a diverse range of visual communications and information systems for the built environment. www.segd.org

Refreshments (and More)

In addition to providing the presenter, providing the meeting space, and providing a tour of the Roland Galley, Roland is also providing sandwiches and drinks, PLUS a special giveaway. How cool is that?

Farthest Attendee

The person – from either LAIDUG or SEGD LA – who travels the farthest specifically to attend the meeting will receive her or his choice of any one deal at MightyDeals up to $50.00. You need to prove to us that you traveled farthest to attend this meeting. Having recently moved to the area from somewhere else won’t cut it. Be prepared to show us indication of your current residence—perhaps a driver’s license or a utility bill. Decision of the administrators of the Los Angeles InDesign User Group is final.

Raffles

This meeting is free. It is event is supported by Roland and by raffles of donated prizes. No one is required to participate in the raffles. Raffle tickets are: $3 for 1, $5 for 2, $10 for 5, $20 for 13, $40 for 30. $50 for 45 and $100 for 100. All major credit cards are accepted for raffle tickets the night of the event.

Raffle Prizes

eDocker CREATE! 6 month subscription. Value $774.00
Stock Layouts. Full access to Stock Layout template library. 3 month subscription. Value $299.00
AcademyX. Credit toward any class. Value $250.00
Markzware. Any single product. 12 month subscription. Value $199.00
Expo Creative Asset Manager for Mac from Insider Software. Value $149.00
Font Agent Pro 6 from Insider Software. Value $99.95
InMotion Hosting. Web hosting and free domain. Value $90.00
DTP Tools Cloud for InDesign. 6 month subscription. $77.40
TypeDNA. Font management software. Value $49.00
Adobe Stock. 15 image licenses. $44.00
InDesign Magazine. 6 month subscription. Value $30.00
Pluralsight. 1 month subscription. Value $29.00 (two raffles)
LA Web Professionals Group meeting tickets. Value $7.99 (four raffles)

Roland DGA Corporation
15363 Barranca Pkwy.
Irvine, CA 92618
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Not Sure What Classes To Take?

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Graphic Design Students Helping Other Graphic Design Students

Sometimes it can be difficult to figure out what classes you need to take during any given term… A few of your fellow students have put together guides containing first hand knowledge that only comes from, “being there” and working through the Graphic Design program here at GCC.

Rensi Ke http://arts2.glendale.edu/wordpress/rke422/
Ivar Johnson http://arts2.glendale.edu/wordpress/ivar/
Carolina Ellis http://arts2.glendale.edu/wordpress/carolina/

 

Spring 2016 Registration Dates

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Spring Term 2016 Starts on February 16 and runs through June 8.

Registration for the Spring Term is about to begin. Plan ahead know what classes you need in Spring 16 to meet your educational goals, whether they are a Certificate, Degree, or picking up a few strategic classes to update your skill set.

Step One: Register.
There are two types of registration Priority and Open.

Priority Registration:
Starts on January 11-29, and if you are a first time student here at GCC in order to qualify for Priority Registration you must complete an Orientation, Assessment and a Student Educational Plan (SEP). The deadline for first time student priority registration was on December 4, 2015.
If you are not a first time student and have already completed courses at GCC then check your MyGCC account to find your priority registration date.

What to do if you missed the Priority Registration?

Open Registration:

Open Registration starts on February 1 and runs through February 11. Most classes still have open spaces on February 1-11. Complete your registration Today (no need to wait! Registration at GCC is available 24 /7) and you can sign up for your courses through Open Registration. 

TO REGISTER USE: MyGCC

Priority Spring: Jan 11 – 29, 2016
Open  Spring: February 1 – 11, 2016 

Login to your student portal – MyGCC and view your priority registration appointment for December 21, 2015 for Spring 2016. 

Problems during or after registration?
Call the Admissions Office @ ext 5910

Student Perspectives: The Graphic Design Program

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In Fall 2015 the Graphic Design Students in Art 251 constructed informational web sites to help other students navigate through the Graphic Design Program here at GCC.

Here are links to some of the web sites that they created:
Rensi Ke http://arts2.glendale.edu/wordpress/rke422/
Ivar Johnson http://arts2.glendale.edu/wordpress/ivar/
Carolina Ellis http://arts2.glendale.edu/wordpress/carolina/

Spring 2016 Graphic Design Schedule

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Art 132-Typography (3114-3115)
Tuesday / Thursday
9:10-11:40
HS 119

Art 133-Digital Illustration (2869-2870)
Tuesday / Thursday
1:40-4:10
HS 119

Art 134-Graphic Design Foundations
Section 1 (3116-3117)
Monday / Wednesday
1:40-4:10 pm
HS 120
Section 2 (3118-3119)
6:55-9:25 pm
HS 120

Art 135-Graphic Design Layout Software
Section 1 (3446-3447)
Tuesday / Thursday
1:40-4:10 pm
HS 120
Section 2 (3448-3449)
6:00-8:30 pm
HS 120

Art 136-Graphic Design Identity and Logo Design (3450-3451)
Monday / Wednesday
9:00-11:30 am
HS 120

Art 250-Designing Web Graphics (2871-2872)
Monday / Wednesday
9:10-11:15 am
HS 119

Art 255-Web Design with Flash (2955-2956)
Tuesday / Thursday
6:25-8:30 pm
HS 119